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I just visited Archie's shop the other day on a Saturday. He was working! Archie was actually getting dirty getting the Fino ready to go. Awesome shop he has and the plans he has are also going to be cool for this new shop.

Archie, get everything in order so you can get some pics of that place. You need to show it off!!!!!!

Mike

edited -ooohhhh two owned pages in less than a month.

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Report this Post06-27-2005 08:57 PM Click Here to See the Profile for madcurlClick Here to Email madcurlSend a Private Message to madcurlEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Anything new...Archie?

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Yes, all moved in, still have to put a bunch of stuff away though.

Open house will be a part of the NIFE FieroRama weekend on Saturday before the show on Sunday.

Archie

I assume Small block powered cars still take priority parking so save me a spot.

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Report this Post07-09-2005 01:11 AM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

We finished another one up today.

When we got this one it was a basket case. A POS Heritage 328 body that was so bad I don't think I even took any "before" pics of it.

BTW, I know the wheels are too small & it should be lowered some more but this is the way the customer wanted it for now.

This was a long term project started last winter & worked on between projects & when we had time. Kris (on the left below) made this "His project" built it into what you see here virtually on his own & did a very nice job. Mark (Firefox, on the right) did the final prep & paint.

Congrats guys, very nice job.

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Hey Archie, I'm getting ready to do a 350 v8 swap in the relatively near future.
I'm going to build a 360-400hp 350 SBC. If I delivered my Fiero, and the engine how much would it cost me to have you guys do the entire swap.

The V8 will be carb'd, delivered with no accessories (No alt. or water pump) and also no starter.
It'd be mated to a 5 speed and I'd want the high performance clutch, high performance water pump, 4-core radiator, and I'd need the custom flywheel because I'll probably be building an '88 (or so) 350,

I'd also have you folks be doing a custom exhaust off of already installed headers.

Is that enough info?
Thanks!

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Originally posted by Oslo:

Hey Archie, I'm getting ready to do a 350 v8 swap in the relatively near future.
I'm going to build a 360-400hp 350 SBC. If I delivered my Fiero, and the engine how much would it cost me to have you guys do the entire swap.

The V8 will be carb'd, delivered with no accessories (No alt. or water pump) and also no starter.
It'd be mated to a 5 speed and I'd want the high performance clutch, high performance water pump, 4-core radiator, and I'd need the custom flywheel because I'll probably be building an '88 (or so) 350,

I'd also have you folks be doing a custom exhaust off of already installed headers.

Is that enough info?
Thanks!

I have a place on my web site where you can calculate the cost of your V-8 swap it's at http://www.v8archie.com/arch10.htm

If you want to EMail me (including name, addy & phone number) I can do a quote based on your exact situation.

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thanks

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Report this Post07-14-2005 12:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for madcurlClick Here to Email madcurlSend a Private Message to madcurlEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Okay, spill the beans Archie, hehe. We need updates. CNN/ESPN style.

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Report this Post07-14-2005 02:07 PM Click Here to See the Profile for exoticseClick Here to Email exoticseSend a Private Message to exoticseEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Drooling for more pics !!!!

Any question who the chop top junkies are ??? hehehe

I need a fix !

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Archie,
I have an 85SE with a 328 GTS body and a 3800SC. The roof wing restricts the decklid opening by 50% which makes it difficult to work on the engine. Is there some way of making the wing easily removeable or hinged so that the decklid can open up to 100% the way it was designed to? If you have created a special mounting kit, I'd like to buy it.

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Okay, spill the beans Archie, hehe. We need updates. CNN/ESPN style.


I'll be sit'n back awaiting your post. We love FIERO/ESPN sports.


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bump - Archie, anything on the roof wing question?

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Anything new on the LS1 swaps?

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Anything at all?

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Originally posted by gaas88:

Archie,
I have an 85SE with a 328 GTS body and a 3800SC. The roof wing restricts the decklid opening by 50% which makes it difficult to work on the engine. Is there some way of making the wing easily removeable or hinged so that the decklid can open up to 100% the way it was designed to? If you have created a special mounting kit, I'd like to buy it.

If it's built like the 328 above, I can't think of a way to make it any easier to remove and still have it look stock. There is a lot of wind turbulance up there and there would have to be a very solid latch system to keep it in place, but anything that substantial would be visible and probably not look too good on the car. I did help assemble this car, and I can't think of anything off the top of my head to make removal of the wing any easier. I do know that Archie doesn't sell this type of kit so I don't believe that he will have any kind of mounting kit for this application. You might try the maker of the kit and see if they have developed anything over the years.

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Report this Post07-29-2005 09:59 AM Click Here to See the Profile for exoticseClick Here to Email exoticseSend a Private Message to exoticseEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Hey Archie,

What is the latest on Chop Top #17 ??

These are the last pics we saw.

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Report this Post07-29-2005 08:51 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

A little Quiz for everyone...........

Who's car were we working on today?

More "hints" coming later.

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Tina's "Beast"? Something recognizable about that red undercarriage - and the care taken to protect the piant!

Thanks Kev for the hints!

...the real question is why is it there? Rumors... all I've heard are rumors

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Report this Post07-29-2005 09:47 PM Click Here to See the Profile for exoticseClick Here to Email exoticseSend a Private Message to exoticseEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Yeah but what about the chop top ???

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Originally posted by exoticse:

Yeah but what about the chop top ???

It's coming along just fine. This picture is from Wednesday. Since then all the windows are in the car and they put in the new windshield today too.

There will be several pictures of this next week as we finish putting the interior back together & get it buttoned up.

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Originally posted by MinnGreenGT:

Tina's "Beast"? Something recognizable about that red undercarriage - and the care taken to protect the piant!

Thanks Kev for the hints!

...the real question is why is it there? Rumors... all I've heard are rumors

Korrrrrr ectum !!

I haven't been told as to why it's here but we got it all back together today.

The 2 things it did do while at my place is to

#1 Convince the guys as to why I won't be doing Lambo doors on one of my cars.

#2 Convince me that I need to build myself another car with a MAJOR engine in it.

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This is great stuff, Archie! You should create a Fiero build magazine. I'll do the layout for you..

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...obviously something must've been done to the car...?

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Why won't you do the Lambo doors??

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Why won't you do the Lambo doors??

Well they work good & look good but for everyday use they could be a Pain in the butt to live with. When you're sitting in the car, opening & closing the door is quite awkward for an old guy like me. Opening the door out, then trying to push up on it is just hard on the arms.

I have 2 very young guys working for me. Rob & Kris are both in their young 20's & they've been around a LOT of nice Fieros in the last several years. They are also pretty hip on what the younger generation is up to with their cars. Ever since they saw pics of Curley's car & saw Tina's car at The Dell's, Rob & Kris have been after me to do a set of those doors on one of my cars. As of today, they've moved that request to a back burner.

I don't mean to discourage anyone from doing these doors, they can make that perfect last modification that makes your Fiero something special. Both Curley's & Tina's cars step up into a whole new class of coolness with the addition of the doors. But, as I say, for my own daily driver, I think they would be too much trouble.

Archie

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Korrrrrr ectum !!

I haven't been told as to why it's here but we got it all back together today.

HI all,

Maybe a new tranny????


Anyone know what size wheels are on this car????


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so why was tina's car at the shop?

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Well they work good & look good but for everyday use they could be a Pain in the butt to live with. When you're sitting in the car, opening & closing the door is quite awkward for an old guy like me. Opening the door out, then trying to push up on it is just hard on the arms.
Archie

Now come on Archie. You're not concidered a "old guy" until you leave the hot-rodding business and move-into a retirement home. Orville' is what...60+? He droped down one day and did 5-push-ups right in front of me. I know a few blump-kids who can't do that, hehehe.

Any pics of Tina performing the "pose"? Now that would be.....priceless.

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Now come on Archie. You're not concidered a "old guy" until you leave the hot-rodding business and move-into a retirement home. Orville' is what...60+? He droped down one day and did 5-push-ups right in front of me. I know a few blump-kids who can't do that, hehehe.

Any pics of Tina performing the "pose"? Now that would be.....priceless.

Now what "pose" is that? The push-ups or the door ups.

Anyways ... having a set of "Lambo's" isn't half bad for the arms.

See

Tina

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Tina,

Actually I think he meant this pose

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I love a woman in a fire suit.

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I'm still a bit curious as to why Tina's car was there. I know there were some rumors about a different transmission, but I guess that depends on wether that photo of the crade is a "before" or "after".

...we (Kev, RM24, & Myself) were pondering what else Tina would have Archie do - that she wouldn't have done locally <shrug>

 
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Anyone know what size wheels are on this car????

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Archives/Archive-000002/HTML/20041015-1-043537.html

 
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225/45/17 in the front... 265/40/18's in the rear.

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Any pics of Tina performing the "pose"? Now that would be.....priceless.

Here you go.

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I'm still a bit curious as to why Tina's car was there. I know there were some rumors about a different transmission, but I guess that depends on wether that photo of the crade is a "before" or "after".

...we (Kev, RM24, & Myself) were pondering what else Tina would have Archie do - that she wouldn't have done locally <shrug>

You'll have to talk to Tina about that, but it wasn't the transmission.

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I love a woman in a fire suit.

Hehe, ... how about one with a grin from ear to ear wearing a fire suit.

As to why my car visited Archie ...just some routine replacement of some wear and tear parts.
Luckily, Archie was nice enough to squeeze the curse into his already way too busy schedule,
allowing me to have enough room in mine to have the time to practice for my E.T license.

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225/45/17 in the front... 265/40/18's in the rear.

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Hi all,

Thanx!

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"Routine Maintinence?"

For some reason, I just wanna put up the BS flag here. For one reason and one reason only. Greg knows everything about that car, and that engine, so what is there that he can't do???

So for some reason, I think that is bogus. But hey, maybe I'm wrong. I hope not though.

For those that don't know, I know Tina and Greg pretty well, and am just playing around.

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I sent this to Archie but I don't know if he got it because I didn't get a response. Seems to fit this thread so I'll throw it up here...

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I sent this to Archie but I don't know if he got it because I didn't get a response. Seems to fit this thread so I'll throw it up here...

What kind of response did you want from me?

Was I supposed to tell you it was a great picture & that I'm glad you sent it to me?

If I did that, would you be sending me copies of every picture you come up with?

Then if I don't respond to those pics, would you then be plastering them all over my threads?

I get about 100 Emails a day that I should respond to & I'm gonna respond to someone sending me some picture.

Ok, so how's that response? Is it what you were looking for?

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Zing!!

Haha, nice one Archie. I rarely have time to respond to people I get so much email :/

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